Definition of 'disquiet'
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Some users also expressed their disquiet at the changes on social media. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There was something oddly disquieting about this move. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There is also disquiet about the cost of due diligence. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The orchestra also stirred disquiet by playing contemporary music. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It must be the summer air that affects me with feelings almost as disquieting as they are refreshing. Andersen's Fairy Tales (1874)Our laws should reflect this disquiet. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was a deeply disquieting experience. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Suddenly, they were assailed by a much more disquieting voice. THE LAST PARTY: Britpop, Blair and the demise of English rock (2003)Maybe crushes are best left as vaguely disquieting feelings that tell us more about who we are than what we think about others. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The book's most engaging aspect is also its most disquieting. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If they do not quite give us that disquieting feel of folly, they admirably convey the look of the thing. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)But then something disquieting happens. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Despite its popularity, there is growing disquiet about the behaviour of some of its guests and the lack of regulation covering its hosts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Taxpayers are picking up the bill despite public disquiet over MP perks. The Sun (2007)There is also disquiet that many key staff were poached to set up the US series. The Sun (2011)The invitation had prompted widespread disquiet after s crackdown on anti-government protests in Bahrain. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He goes on: 'The viewer is left with that disquieting feeling. Times, Sunday Times (2006)That the system is creaking adds to the disquiet and also makes it easier for Labour to offer an alternative that does not look fiscally irresponsible. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's beautiful, but also disquieting. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Both are deep, questioning, disquieting yet also lyrical pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He expanded on her work - not always with her full approval - causing an increase in public disquiet. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Images taken by a veteran former police diver show something disquieting going on in the newly protected areas around Britain's shoreline. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'disquiet'
British English: disquiet NOUN
Disquiet is a feeling of worry or anxiety.
There is growing public disquiet about the cost of such policing.
Definition of disquiet from the Collins English Dictionary
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